Experimental IRC log happs-2007-04-30

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05:43:54<tuukkah>why do i see happs using cpu time even when there aren't any requests to handle?
09:30:33<Utopiah>hello
09:41:13<Utopiah>Id like to use Happs but ... Im not the root on the systeme so I can just use Apache and CGI (hardly GHC or an interpreteur)
09:41:49<Utopiah>is there a kind of "package" with which I could produce a CGI with all Happs functionnalities and then use it on a classical CGI server ?
10:11:48<tuukkah>could happs be used as a cgi even if it has to restart for each request then?
10:18:32<Utopiah>Im sorry if I ask stupid question so maybe I didnt understood it quite well
10:19:00<Utopiah>but you are suggesting to run the whole Happs as a CGI and start it for every use of the WebApp ?
10:19:47<Utopiah>but it would have to be a bit modified to change to accept CGI pipping instead of http request, no ?
10:19:52<tuukkah>that's the only option i see if you have to use a cgi
10:20:32<tuukkah>yes, you'd need to make your own main function which would interpret the request
10:21:03<tuukkah>i don't know if it would be easy or difficult
10:21:33<Utopiah>well I can tell you, regarding my actual understanding of Haskell and Happs architecture, it would be difficult ;)
10:23:33<tuukkah>if haskell is a powerful language and happs has good architecture then it shouldn't be difficult =)
10:23:45<tuukkah>but perhaps you have some other options?
10:24:19<tuukkah>for example, you don't really need root to run happs, you just need to be able to run programs in the background
10:25:57<tuukkah>you can even compile your application on another machine and copy the binary to the server
10:26:17<vegai>I guess running on port 80 is a requirement there
10:27:39<tuukkah>where`
10:35:29<tuukkah>i mean, even if you need urls that have port 80 then you can install a cgi there that acts as a reverse proxy and forwards the requests to port 8000
10:37:58<vegai>indeed
10:39:21<Utopiah>didnt thought about that
10:39:56<Utopiah>if I can run Happs there it should be fine then, thanks :)

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